Thank you, San Mateo County, for making our first Mental Health Matters Walk a success! We are grateful to all our walk attendees for coming out to Ryder Park to support mental health and wellness in our shared community during Mental Health Awareness Month.
This toolkit is designed to help us prepare for or cope with any challenging times that may lie ahead, whether they be during times of isolation or when gathered with others.
National Stress Awareness Day is recognized every first Wednesday in November, and as a nonprofit organization committed to supporting mental health, we would like to share helpful information from our clinicians and resources.
Learn the benefits of guided meditation, and discover healthy eating and exercise tips with Diana Blank, StarVista’s Bilingual Mental Health Clinician.
In light of mental health awareness month, StarVista’s HAP-Y program has created a mental health toolkit which includes a list of helpful resources the community can access!
Jessica Lucero Perez, a health ambassador at StarVista’s HAP-Y Program, shares her experience with the HAP-Y program, how her view on mental health has shifted since she joined the program, and her future goals in terms of supporting mental health.
StarVista invites you to attend our Mental Health Awareness Month virtual events in partnership with San Mateo County this May.
Interim Program Coordinator for StarVista’s DUI program, Bianca Sandoval, shares the ways alcoholism and addiction affects loved ones.
StarVista’s Counseling Center Clinical Supervisor, Karen Jaffe, shares mental wellness tips.
Learn how to practice mindfulness in our daily lives from The Mindfulness Project’s Program Manager.